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WHERE WE LIVE | The University of Maryland is the hub of a city that offers many amenities and easy access to D.C.
  • 4 days ago
Though poverty and crime are facts of life, this D.C. community is cherished for its “vibrancy” and “aliveness.”
Residents like its large lots, abundant trees, diverse styles and family-friendly vibe.
  • Jun 17
WHERE WE LIVE | Linthicum Heights is home to generations of families and close to much in the Baltimore-Washington region.
  • May 20
WHERE WE LIVE| The pandemic has only intensified the neighborliness that defines Eutaw Forest, a woodsy enclave near Waldorf.
WHERE WE LIVE | Upbeat street names are a feature of Kirkpatrick Farms. So are good schools and lots of amenities and events.
  • May 6
WHERE WE LIVE | Woodley Park balances natural riches and nearby amenities in a close-knit community.
WHERE WE LIVE | The townhouse community is sociable and close to D.C., but its affordability is waning
  • Apr 22
WHERE WE LIVE | Greenwich Forest residents love their subdivision, one of the first built around automobiles.
WHERE WE LIVE | The demographic is getting younger, with more families, but the activist, small-town feel endures.
WHERE WE LIVE | South Riding has a host of recreational amenities and typically offers near-constant neighborhood events.
  • Apr 1
WHERE WE LIVE | Williamsburg Square/Ashton Place is affordable, family-friendly and next to a road that inspired John Denver’s breakout hit.
WHERE WE LIVE | Washington’s second-oldest community, known for good schools, safety and community, is also getting spruced up.
  • Mar 19
The community’s clubs and other groups, one resident says, are “a way of sharing our lives together.”
This highly sociable community is not the place for those who want to keep to themselves
  • Mar 11
WHERE WE LIVE | Drumaldry residents enjoy a sense of privacy but also community in their airy, light-filled homes.
WHERE WE LIVE | As a forest of cranes transforms the neighborhood, growth can feel a little overwhelming at times.
WHERE WE LIVE | A community shopping center and recreational facilities anchor the enclave of 442 houses and townhouses.
  • Feb 19
WHERE WE LIVE | The Montgomery County town and its quaint homes are nestled in 200 acres of forest and parkland.
WHERE WE LIVE | Residents welcome new housing and stores but worry about low-income families’ fate.
  • Feb 5
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